Empathy Reconsidered: New Directions in Psychotherapy
Arthur C. Bohart, Leslie S. Greenberg
American Psychological Association, 1997 - Psychology - 477 pages
The coeditors of [this book bring] together a group of respected writers from a variety of perspectives who are making active contributions to the development of our understanding of what empathy is and how it operates in the therapy context. The contributors examine this therapeutic variable in a prism of theoretical perspectives, ranging from self psychology to psychodynamic, client-centered, experiential, feminist, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, cross-cultural, postmodern, and developmental psychology. This volume features heavy representation of the increasingly vital trend toward psychotherapy integration.
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